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Questions to the Mayor of London — Grenfell Tower fire: Grenfell Tower fire (28 Jun 2019)

Andrew Dismore: Thank you. What do you think the prospects are for justice for Grenfell if former Mayor Boris Johnson were to become PM? This is a man who broke his election promise not to cut the Fire Brigade in the 2014 Brigade cuts, axing ten fire stations, 14 fire engines and 553 firefighter posts. When I challenged him about it when he was sitting where you are, he simply replied, “Get stuffed”....

Scottish Parliament: Immigration Policy (Universities and Scientific Research) (10 Sep 2019)

Daniel Johnson: ...different position from that of their UK counterparts. However, I must object to the attempt to take the politics out of this issue, because it is simply not possible. The acceleration, under Boris Johnson, towards a no-deal Brexit is one of the very real reasons why we are having this debate—a point underlined by the fact that the UK Secretary of State for Work and Pensions resigned...

EU Membership: Economic Benefits (15 Jun 2016)

Drew Hendry: ...—wants to get rid of red tape, employment rights and consumer rights. That is the kind of red tape that leave campaigners want to get rid of. The hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson) has spoken of a takeover. He has always had a long-term plan. Today it seems that there is a possibility that he will make Mr Farage a Lord so that he can bypass holding a by-election...

Zimbabwe - Question for Short Debate (7 Dec 2017)

Lord Collins of Highbury: ...civil society. What response did he get to his call for a full programme of political and economic reform, with human rights and rule of law being prioritised? Ten days ago, the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson met EU and African Union leaders, after which he said that he was encouraged by the new president’s words on reforming the economy. However, last week Mnangagwa announced a fresh...

Scottish Parliament: Senior Citizens (5 Oct 2006)

Annabel Goldie: I have no responsibility for Boris Johnson and, perhaps more important, Boris Johnson has no responsibility for the affairs of a devolved Scotland, so let us proceed with matters relevant to this Parliament. When it comes to caring for one of the most vulnerable groups in society, it is simply not good enough for the Executive to dream about the positive headlines that a bold, new policy...

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Russia: Boris Abramovich Berezovsky (27 Feb 2006)

Lord Triesman: Russian citizen Boris Abramovich Berezovsky was granted asylum in the UK in 2003, as is public knowledge. The grant of asylum to Mr Berezovsky was made after due assessment by the relevant authorities of his case and of the UK's obligations under the 1951 UN Convention on refugees and domestic law. He did not enter the UK at the invitation of Her Majesty's Government. A grant of asylum does...

Written Ministerial Statements — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Boris Berezovsky (27 Feb 2006)

Jack Straw: Russian citizen Boris Abramovich Berezovsky was granted asylum in the UK in 2003, as is public knowledge. The grant of asylum to Mr. Berezovsky was made after due assessment by the relevant authorities of his case and of the UK's obligations under the 1951 UN Convention on refugees and domestic law. He did not enter the UK at the invitation of Her Majesty's Government. A grant of asylum does...

Questions to the Mayor of London — President Trump’s Visit: President Trump’s Visit (28 Jun 2019)

David Kurten: ...some of the things that you wrote in your article. One of the things you said was that you accused the President of interfering shamelessly in the Conservative Party leadership race by backing Boris Johnson [MP]. That is not entirely accurate. He called Boris Johnson his friend. He called Nigel Farage, another great man, his friend as well. However, you, Mr Mayor, in 2016 interfered in...

Opposition Day — [18th Allotted Day]: Fuel Duty (16 Jul 2008)

John Howell: ...whether I had delivered it yet. Clearly, my predecessor's departure to be Mayor of London has liberated acres of column inches in my local papers that now need to be filled. For seven years, Boris Johnson served the people of the Henley constituency with distinction, dedication and considerable panache. There can be few people in public life so well known that a surname is superfluous, and...

Amendment of the Law (20 Mar 2014)

Edward Balls: ...they are keeping their jobs, whether they will be able to afford the electricity bill and how much it costs to fill the car these days,” all the Tories seem to be doing is “talking about Boris.” She went on: “We need to stop talking about ourselves and talk about the things that really matter to people. Otherwise we will be seen as out of touch, and Labour’s message will...

Public Bill Committee: : Clause 4 (3 Feb 2009)

Vernon Coaker: The hon. Gentleman makes an interesting point. I point out to him that Boris Johnson would not be Mayor were it not for the Government’s reforms, which included making him chair of the Metropolitan Police Authority.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (4 Mar 2009)

Harriet Harman: I know that my hon. Friend and her hon. Friends will stand up for all those people in London who need housing and need it now. While Boris Johnson, the Mayor, does not recognise their concerns, I know that they have, in my hon. Friend, a champion on housing.

Business of the House (30 Apr 2009)

David Evennett: Can the Leader of the House arrange for a general debate on London so that we can raise a wide variety of London issues and highlight the successes of the first year of the Boris Johnson mayoralty?

Opposition Day — [5th allotted day]: Higher Education (8 Jan 2008)

Boris Johnson: Hear, hear.

Written Answers — Health: Cannabis (14 Jan 2008)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many admissions there were related to the use of cannabis in each hospital within Greater London in each year since 1997.

Written Answers — Transport: Roads: Accidents (15 Jan 2008)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many road accidents resulting in the death of a cyclist were recorded in each London borough (a) in total and (b) involving cyclists under the age of (i) 11 and (ii) 16 years in each year since 2000.

Written Answers — Health: Hospitals: Cleaning Services (15 Jan 2008)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many hospitals and what percentage of wards at each hospital in Greater London have undergone a deep clean as a measure against hospital acquired infections since 24 September 2007.

Written Answers — Health: Maternity Units: Greater London (15 Jan 2008)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many consultant-led maternity units at hospitals in each primary care trust in Greater London have closed since 1997.

Written Answers — Home Department: Violence Against the Person (21 Jan 2008)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what the percentage crime detection rate for (a) violence against the person, (b) sexual offences, (c) burglary, (d) robbery and (e) theft from a vehicle was in each London borough in each year since 1988, broken down by age group.

Written Answers — Home Department: Violence Against the Person (21 Jan 2008)

Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many offences were recorded for (a) violence against the person, (b) sexual offences, (c) burglary, (d) robbery and (e) theft from a vehicle in each London borough in each year since 1988, broken down by age group.


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